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I'd like to see a wiki that focuses on all of the scholarly research surrounding fields related to evolution and human behavior. Fields would include evolutionary psychology, human behavioral ecology, dual inheritance theory, evolutionary developmental psychology, etc. Information could include theories, hypotheses, models, links to academic papers and abstracts, relevant books, scholars and researchers, conferences, academic programs, institutes, relevant journals, etc. I'm not certain what an appropriate name would be, though. "Evolution and Human Behavior Wiki" sounds a bit clumsy. ~ Jaywin

Wikivolution, or maybe Human Wiki? Though if you chose the latter I'd ust Human as the sitename. But that's just me and my absolute dislike of sitenames which are either long or contain spaces. Valid ID's never do and that's basically what a sitename and project namespace is. ~Dantman(talk) 00:38, 17 March 2007 (UTC)
How about Human Ethology Wiki? ~ Jaywin
Of couse, there's always the now out of style term Social Biology coined by EO Wilson (Human Social BioWiki?) and his later formulation, Epigenetics (culture and genes inter-related by feedback loops). Personally I like Human Ecology Wiki in that ecology subsumes behavior in regards to study of a species, although ecology has become a buzz-word with somewhat different meaning than the academic one alluded to. --Jackinthegreen 13:39, 23 March 2007 (UTC)